Antonio Brown Video: Watch His Sensational Catch To Help the Steelers Advance

Nathaniel UyFeatured ColumnistJanuary 16, 2011

The Pittsburgh Steelers are heading to the AFC Championship game next weekend. 

In a battle against their hated AFC North rivals, Baltimore Ravens, the Steelers were able to come from behind in the second half for a remarkable win, 31-24.

The biggest reason for the Steelers success?

It was their defense and their quarterback, two-time Super Bowl winner, Ben Roethlisberger.

If Joe Flacco wants to figure out what he needs to do to become an elite quarterback in the NFL, he needs to look no farther than his counterpart in today's game, Big Ben.

What's the biggest difference between Flacco and Roethlisberger?

Roethlisberger finds a way to for his team to win.  Either by scrambling in the pocket or by making deep throws with his strong arm for a

Because of the Steelers ability to lock down on defense in the game, Roethlisberger and his offense found a way to win.

In this play on third down, Roethlisberger just let it loose and found Antonio Brown breaking free near the end zone.

It was a 58-yard pass from Roethlisberger that Brown nearly ran into the end zone.

Cornerback Lardarius Webb was the man Brown clearly outran for the football.

This big play setup a Rashard Mendenhall touchdown run that ultimately allowed the Steelers to break a 24-24 tie and win the game.

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